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The South Platte Water Renewal Partners hosts four major community events annually where community members are invited to visit our facility and learn about the water renewal process.

We also partner with the City of Englewood Police Department for the National Drug Takeback Event in April, the City of Littleton’s Meet, Greet and Eat events throughout the summer, and the City of Englewood’s Block Party in October.

For more information about our public events please contact our Outreach and Education department.

November 2018

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Used Oil and Cooking Grease Takeback Event

November 24 | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
2900 S Platte River Dr
Englewood, CO 80110 United States
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Residents of the SPWRP service area can drop off used cooking oil and/or automotive engine oil free of charge at the plant during the event. The event includes free hotdogs, children’s activities and educational resources...

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April 2019

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Earth Day River Walk and Clean-up

April 27, 2019

The Earth Day River Walk and Clean-up event promotes river stewardship by engaging community members in cleaning up a stretch of the South Platte River...

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South Platte River Information

The South Platte River is one of the two principal tributaries of the Platte River. Flowing through Colorado and Nebraska, it is a major river of the American Midwest, Southwest and Mountain West. The river serves as the main source of water for eastern Colorado.

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Experience the water renewal facility through photographs of our facility, community events and educational events. These photos help to tell the story of the water renewal process and how continue to be stewards of the South Platte River.

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